Friday, February 8, 2013

Waxwings And White Tails









Linking too...
Bird D'Pot   Camera Critters   Shadow Shot Sunday2  Raindrops and Daisies
Please take a look at my bobcat natural habitat shot HERE. Thanks!
~Happy Weekend~

68 comments:

  1. He looks like he has a bandit mask on - covering up his eyes - so pretty? sandie

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  2. I've seen the waxwings around here lately- such good action shots! And those deer, well, they will always melt my heart.

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  3. be still my heart when viewing Bambi.... so beautiful. i love the bird shots, the color of the sky in the first one is so pretty. all of these are really great.

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  4. Thanks for the comment, Jackie! Yes, I'm in New England. I love it, but blizzards are scary.

    Your bobcat photos - wow!

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  5. HI Jackie!!
    Thanks for the advice on the red X- turns out it's only visible to me! I am enjoying your wildlife images-we live on 10.5 acres in the high desert area of Northern California- so we have oodles of wildlife- black bears, cougars,bobcats,fox,jack rabbits,cottontails and all sorts of song birds and raptors!
    You can scroll through my blog posts and see lots - plus our remodeling projects as we only moved here not quite a year ago! Happy Friday!

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  6. Adorei as fotos e as poses deles!!! Lindo! beijos,chica

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  7. Simply stunning you Are so lucky to be beside such stunning nature. Have a lovely weekend

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  8. Ohhhhhhhhh, pretty birds!! And your white tailed deer is something we don't see here often enough. Love all your photos.

    And to help you out, the Bird D'Pot meme opens each and every Saturday at noon [cst zone]

    Enjoy your time with your loved one[s] over the weekend.

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  9. Your blog is so beautiful. I'm following, and hope you may join me...
    McGuffy's Reader
    http://www.mcguffysreader.blogspot.com

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  10. Com todo meu carinho hoje de alguma forma
    deixar um recadinho em seu blog.
    Estou um pouco ausente mais nunca esqueço
    a amizade abençoada que Deus me deu.
    Ler sua postagem tenha certeza que nunca deixo de ler ,
    pois ela é minha bagagem para acalentar
    os meus dias.
    A pior dor é da saudade vejo hoje com tristeza
    não poder digitar e fazer
    comentário em cima da postagem
    que vc fez com tanto carinho.
    A mim tudo que importa é receber sua visita
    me basta para alegrar meu coração.
    Penso em tudo com muito otimismo
    pretendo viver e valorizar cada segundo da minha vida.
    um feliz final de semana beijos paz amor e luz,Evanir.
    Acredite: Seu carinho e amizades tem me ajudado muito:


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  11. gorgeous shots of the waxwings. I had no luck with them this season. Only seen tehm high up in the trees when it was dark and cloudy. :(

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  12. Jackie, Great Shots, especially the second ones.
    happy green day and weekend to you.
    I will prepare my green day tomorrow;)
    take care

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  13. Jackie, what a joyful group of photos! Those waxwings are such beauties, and I love your capture of one in flight, and one with a berry in its mouth.

    Thanks for adding my badge to your site. Hope your weekend is a great one.

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  14. Lovely shots. Always fun to capture wildlife

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  15. These are great photos. Thanks for sharing.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  16. Wonderful!!! We have seen a flock of Waxwings only once, they were gorging them selves on berries.

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  17. Animais lindos, cliques fantásticos, parabéns! Um abraço!

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  18. The bird shots are just fantastic. I don't have a high-powered telephoto lens so when I do get bird shots, they appear like a blot against the sky. *sigh* The fawn is going for 'deer-on-headlights look. :D Nice captures.

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  19. How neat that you got the cedar waxwings. I am still waiting for ours to show up. This is a great series - love your bonus fawn shots. Neat neat neat!

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  20. Amazing pictures Jackie, you must feel so connected to nature and the animals when your out shooting your pictures. It gives me a sense of serenity just looking at them, I can't imagine what it does for you. Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing your art with us!
    {{Hugs}}
    Janet :)

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  21. Jackie,

    As suas fotos sempre são lindas. Esses pássaros são encantadores, e esse veado é lindo demais.
    Abraços

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  22. A natureza é sempre bela!
    Adorei os pássaros e o outro animal. Linda imagem!
    Zizi

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  23. Jackie, I love the waxwings, they are adorable birds. And the deer is so cute. Great photos! Thank you for sharing! Have a happy weekend!

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  24. Great shots! You bring an entirely different meaning to the term, neighborhood watch.

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  25. Great captures. I like the one with bird in flight.

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  26. Waxwings are such beautiful birds- nice shots of them and the cute little deer!

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  27. Very few things in life (other than my children, of course) make me so happy as to be driving along and happen across a wild deer on the side of the road. I remember when I was a kid, it was fairly rare, but now I live out in the sticks and we see them a bit more often. Lovely photos!!

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  28. Wonderful shots of the waxwings and Bambi looks so cute!

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  29. Excelentes a suas fotos! Admiro imenso a natureza com as suas aves e outros animais. Maravilhoso momento. Bom fim de semana. Abraço Ailime

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  30. Good to see your Cedars Jackie. here we get the Bohemian Waxwing although I haven't managed to see any this winter.

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  31. Great serie of photos. Perfect for the theme!

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  32. How does that last bird get off the ground?

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  33. Very pretty -- the cedar waxwings are gorgeous!

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  34. Love the little tufty top knot of the waxwing in the first photo! And the deer looks very cautious, but still lets you take a photo!

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  35. Lovely pictures, I hardly ever see waxwings. The little deer is so cute!

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  36. What a pretty bird and cute deer. Your bobcat encounter sounds like fun!

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  37. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  38. The only way to 'shoot'! Love your captures!

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  39. Waxwings are my favorite birds ever and I don't see enough of them. Thanks for the great pictures...of them and the rest of the lovely wildlife. Happy-making post!

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  40. Beautiful wildlife captures, Jackie. Thanks for stopping by to see my snowy shadow shots. Nice to meet you!

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  41. the last shot is amazing ! I love the look of the young deer and the shadows cast by the trees !

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  42. Stunning birds and I adore the sweet deer.

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  43. Lovely birds and I, too, love the deer! Lovely shots for the day!! Hope your weekend is going well!

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  44. awesome on both! haven't seen the waxwings here this winter - at least not yet. and never get to see deer, either. only on the back roads.

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  45. The look of nature never fails to amaze - with the trees minus leaves, we see more of the birds and their antics - cannot do that in the summer! The wildlife is not able to hide much in the winter - and your stunning shots prove that!

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  46. Nicely captured deer. I get a few opportunities to capture them, but I don't always take advantage of it.
    Okay, now for the real reason I'm here. I noticed that your profile states that you live in Madill, OK. Well, my father graduated from Madill high school in 1938. My grand parents are burried in the Madill cemetery. This is a much smaller world than I realized.

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  47. Hello! Thanks for stopping by.

    I envy you your waxwings. I have seen them only twice in my life. They are such beautiful birds. Not sure I envy you the bobcat, though I can imagine how exciting it must have been to see one - AND to get photos of it!

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  48. Waxwings are not often sighted around here, just occasionally during migration. We do have resident bobcats, however but as you found they are quite shy.

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  49. Excellent series of shots Jackie!

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  50. simply beautifully captured shots…lovely!

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  51. einfach wunderbar was du zeigst :D

    einen LG vom katerchen

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  52. Great photos. Love seeing the birds especially ones that I don't see in my area. The last shot of the little deer is precious.

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  53. Dearest Jackie,
    Oh, beautiful pictures of birds and deer♡♡♡ The first picture, she looks proud and the sweet little deer is so lovely, my new photographer friend♬♬♬ I hadn't had any interest in taking pictures before I started blogging. Now I am struggling with how I can take beautiful pictures like yours now(^^;) Haha, please praise me if you find mine get improved.
    Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  54. Fabulous shots of beautiful birds.

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  55. Hi Jackie,

    Beautiful photos. The bird shots are wonderful.

    Thanks for sharing such great pics with us on Raindrops and Daisies, Green Day. It was lovely having you with us and I hope that you might come back again another Friday.

    Have a great week.

    Fiona

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  56. Beautiful capture, I like the birds and deer.

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  57. Hello Jackie and thank you for dropping by my blog!
    The cats let me in .. soon I will have my office and more room for them to sprawl ? haha
    these are gorgeous photos .. I love the waxwings they are such pretty birds and the deer's expression is so beautiful !
    Great shots : )
    Joy

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  58. That is pretty can't really remember last time I saw a real blue sky heheh!

    Have a Super Sunday Jackie ;-)

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  59. such wonderful shots of nature...beautiful.

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  60. Great photos. I especially love the deer photos. We have them back home, but not where we stay in civilization in WPB during the winter. I miss them.

    Sending hugs...

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  61. The bird looks so cool. He looks like wearing sunglasses and you captured very well.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  62. Stunning photos. My favorite, the bird with wings out.

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  63. I have never seen that kind of bird here.

    My Shadow
    Have a great week ahead.

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